Poems about estrangement.
Poetry on the subject of having lost a loved one through estrangement. Some poems were written by mothers or daughters who had been estranged from or by family. I'm hopeful and pray everyday you will want to be a part of me again some day. I'm so sad for you, I'm so sad for . SO, without overt breach, we fall apart. I cannot understand my current emotions on the relationship I am in, I don't understand .. Anxiety Sometimes it's a leaf falling from a tree Others it is the tree As it .. I lost a piece of me, once upon a day Once upon everyday It seeps out of my pores Kick Kick kick Inside of me Your apart of me Sweet child of mine, please. A struggling relationship is a source of immense emotional pain. If you've ever endured Rest assured that God hears your prayers, and that He cares about you. His answers may Saint of the Day · Find a Saint · Judaism toggle . Delivering you the best in inspirational articles, life stories, quotes and more. Bible Reading.
My smile does not really show how I feel and my eyes do not allow you to see my depth. My body does not feel like it belongs to me.
For so long it was not given a say and was forcibly maneuvered by another. Even my mind seems to be dictated by my own body's sensations.
A simple touch of my arm can trigger a memory. My hand hesitates to make contact with even ones I love. All of these pieces while built together, feel disjointed. My lips long for a long compassionate kiss, but my hand will freely push it away.
My body while flaunted is self-conscious of how it will be judged. It is a vessel of unknown. Each touch is a switch that triggers a new or old memory. Has this poem touched you? I have a beautiful girl I call my daughter. She is loving caring and so, so kind. My girl has been struggling with drugs, but we had it on and off under control until she met this person who she got into a relationship with.
He supplied her with ice and other drugs. He is violent and sexually makes her do things and puts it on Facebook.
I have blocked her and other media sites. I am completely heartbroken as he's made her hate me and rely on him. I don't know what to do anymore. The police have told me she will die as she is to far gone, but I still believe my love will get her back. I have been trying to talk to someone to ask for their help.
I feel alone and lost, and a piece of me believes the police might be right. I feel I am struggling alone, lost and so alone. Gosh, it hurts to breathe right now, I miss her so much. The really big change is this guy she's involved with.
We've been estranged since he started running things. Now she hates me. However my daughter and I had an unbelievable close bond through high school. I had her move back home but she would sneak out to see him and eventually my granddaughter was born I am thankful to know that I am not alone.
May God give each one of us the strength we need to survive this heart ache.
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We've always been very close. A year and a half ago I made a huge life change to give them a better life, about 6 months later they decided to go to dads and not come back. My oldest visits but my younger two won't have anything to do with me and I don't know why, other then brainwashing.
Its been a year exactly. I feel empty, stripped, and abandoned. You are not alone A couple of years ago she became desperately ill so I went over to help look after her and them while her husband worked.
It was the worst decision of my life. Cleaning, 3 washings a day and all that entails as well as shopping, dog walking etc, etc. Before I arrived she had friends bringing them meals every day but once I arrived the meals ended and the other Granny's involvement continued but at a lesser extent. I am a hopeless cook whereas my daughter is an expert.
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She expected me to cook and on hindsight I should have said from the start that I'd do anything but that. I didn't so there was a huge hullabaloo about that so I cooked and I know the meals weren't up to their standards so the other Granny had to step in.
Despite all nothing I did was good enough, fault was looked for at every turn and no matter how much I took into account the desperation she must have felt at not being able to do things herself she is a very hands on Mum the more I tried the more wrong I did. I got shouted at and exasperation comments at every turn. This lasted a few weeks until I had to return. Her husband took me to the airport and not a word of thanks from either of them. My daughter and I did hug but we were both choked up too much to say anything to each other.
We now Skype but mostly with our grandsons on the screen. When she speaks I can hear the anger still in her voice most of the time. If anyone reads this and has any suggestions what I can do to try and get back some of the love we used to have I would greatly appreciate it, bearing in mind that we live thousands of miles apart.
I thank God that she hasn't cut me off from my grandsons and that's a huge blessing and relief. Of course there is always 2 sides to a story and I wasn't completely blameless. I know I irritated her no end.
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NB I have a son and 2 other daughters, before she left the 4 of them were great friends. Since she left their relationships quickly deteriorated and although all are on Skype and Facebook they never communicate. It's all very heartbreaking. Yes, I have a loving husband but he is the silent type and anytime a broach the subject he just says there's nothing you can do so just leave it.
Is that the only answer? Try putting your feelings down in writing. Your daughter probably feels just like you. Let her know that you're always there just like you have always been. You sound like a really good mum and all your support you gave to your daughter will always be remembered. Speaking as a daughter you always remember Your poem is beautiful. Good luck life's too short.
We hardly spoke and she always had a chip on her shoulder.
When she turned 18, she told me she was going to Canada and needed a special auto insurance card that's required. That's the only reason I knew she was going. That night I received a picture of her finger with an engagement ring on it. I never even met the boy. She had already been dress shopping and making the plans for months with her mother in law and bridesmaids and excluded me.
She didn't acknowledge me in the invitations or ceremony. I know I made mistakes but she is punishing me to the point that it's all I can think about and I cry all the time. I tried writing my own poem but couldn't find the words. This poem says everything I need so desperately to tell her. I am going to put this in a card and send it.
I hope I will hear from her but won't get my hopes up. I want to have a relationship with my future grandchildren and it would devastate me if she wouldn't allow it. Thank you by Nicky, Dorset England 4 years ago This poem is exactly how I'm feeling with my 18 year old daughter every word describes how I feel.
After years of a very unhappy marriage I met a very special man and had an affair which I know is very wrong. I came clean and my husband told me to leave the family home. I still see my 4 children regularly which I am very grateful for after what I did, my daughter and I are struggling with our relationship now and I miss her terribly we were always very close, unfortunately her dad has brain washed the children against me, I hope in time we can be close again.
I have been in and out of court since my daughter was 6. Her father has brainwashed her, and FOC has written up the same in a psychological evaluation. I am not perfect, yet he is not either. I give any free time I have to her. They both wait for ONE mistake for me to make and then she disappears. I recently told her she could go live with him. I thought that would make her happy, yet now she doesn't speak to me at ALL.
I have a full time career, attend grad school, and dedicate time with my daughter with her and her friends. I don't know what reality is any more.
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I do know I am not perfect, but her friends adore me, and tell her to stop hurting me. I sent her this poem today, yet still no response. I feel as though if she rejects me she makes her father happy. He was emotionally abusive when we were married and I am terrified that he is doing this to her, without her maturity to notice. I am so hurt, not without fault, yet no more than any married mother.
He told me "If you ever leave me you will never see your kid again". He meant it and is doing anything in his power to fulfill this. I know to some of you that doesn't seem like long. But to me it is forever. This poem is perfect Thank you by Cathy, Texas 5 years ago Beautiful, beautiful, and I wish I could give you a huge hug, because being a mom is the hardest job one will ever do. Some aren't so good at it, and when they realize it, change comes. Some don't have a clue as we heard.
And some did what they could to give them a stable home, one of love, of God, of something that would give them a good start in life I gave my health for my children, literally. I would do it again.
But when there is nothing but ugliness and dis-respect to the two who did all they could to raise their children, then there isn't anything we can do.
Pray that God will change their hearts. Only HE can do that. It hurt our whole family when it was written that "her church family was now her family".
Sure enough, it was proven this year. Few days left of life, but it was caught in time, and nothing. No time to help.When You Love The Wrong Person - Spoken Word Poetry
My son was in anguish, as we were too. My relationship with my daughter has always been tumultuous at best. She is due with her son next month. We don't talk or have any type of relationship and my heart breaks daily. Thank you for Your beautiful poem.
Mother's unconditional love is never broken, yet our children can break us. I long for the day feeling loved by my child and it breaks my heart feeling that whatever I do I feel rejected and it is never right for my lovely girl. She now has her own lovely family and which I am gladly part of and see my grandchildren. Yet I feel I am more tolerated than loved. Money buys you nothing.
It cannot buy love only patience and time might turn the dial. My granddaughter has cut off my daughter. Sends back cards trying to make amends. Sends back packages sent to grandchildren. Never dreamed this kind of thing could possibly happen in our family.
It is effecting the whole family.